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11 Nov 2019 10:49 PM Stewart Shevin (Administrator)


MICHIGAN  HANDBALL ASSOCIATION  MOURNS THE LOSS OF INSPIRING FATHER , HUSBAND, ENGINEER, CYCLIST & HANDBALL ENTHUSIAST 

ROBERT

PLATER


    Watch Kristen's insightful              

                                 tribute  to her father.  


Winner of many handball titles,

Bob passed away on November 3rd, 2019

at the sprightly age of 82.

Bob was with timely wit

and an understated sense of humor.

He never donned rec specs and fortunately kept his eyes  intact and always on the ball.

We'll miss that crack serve on the right....




Our good friend SAMUEL (Sammy)

LENTINIpassed away October 10 at the age of 91.

No one loved the game of handball or racquetball more than Sammy.  

Peace to him, his family, and friends.



HAROLD OSHER It's with a heavy heart that we let you know of the passing of longtime player Harold Osher on October 16th, 2019 at the age of 71. Beloved husband of Judy Sternberg Osher. Dear brother of Erwin (Rebecca L.) Osher and the late Jack S. Osher. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.

Harold played at many venues around the Detroit area including the outdoor courts of Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Belle Isle. He also played 4 wall at the Coliseum, Rose Shores and others.


Handball enthusiast ROBERT W. HELMS died suddenly on July 26, 2019 at the age of 73. Father of Catherine (Daniel) Dietiker and Kevin (Sara). Grandfather of Sydney and Nicholas. Brother of Richard Helms. Dear Friend of Martha Louisell.  Bob attended Albion College for two years, but received his bachelor's degree from Wayne State University. He went to get his MBA from the University of Detroit. He joined the Army Reserves shortly after college. He worked at Michigan National Bank and Harper Grace Hospital as a programmer. In later years, he worked in various areas of interest. He also a enjoyed tennis and golf. 


It is with sadness we learned of the passing of 

ROY WISEMAN

on June 08, 2019 at the age of 74. Roy was always a welcome energy,

sly smile & crafty left hand on the courts.



From his daughter Stacy:

"Love is deep as the road is long
And moves my feet to carry on
It beats my heart when you are gone..."
l love you dad!
 

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